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The elected assembly included equal numbers of representatives from Upper Canada (now called Canada West) and Lower Canada (now called Canada East), notwithstanding the smaller 8 Royal Proclamation 1763 (UK), RSC 1985 App II No 1. 9 Quebec Act 1774 (UK), RSC 1985 App II No 2. 10 Constitution Act 1791 (UK), RSC 1985 App II No 3. 11 Union Act 1840 (UK), RSC 1985 App II No 4. 22 Flexible Federalism: The Canadian Way population of Canada West. Not surprisingly, the Union Act 1840 did not create a stable regime.
The agricultural sector is emblematic of this, and it may be of interest to note that the sector (where probably a major number of invasions have taken place) was regarded as by far the most important regional power in the enumeration of powers of the 1948 Constitution. Yet it is precisely this sector which (for good or bad) has been 16 The Italian Variant of Federalism most affected, first by the Common Market and now by the EU. It is in this area, and others closely related to it (such as the environment), that the delimitation and coordination of powers between states and their local units may prove difficult in the future development of the EU towards a federal state.
Yet there are elements in the present regional form of government that are certainly not typical of the parliamentary system: for example, a vote of no confidence not only implies the resignation of the President, but it also leads to dissolution of the Assembly and the calling of elections (Article 126 Constitution). Furthermore, the President himself, by resigning from his office, may cause the dissolution of the Assembly. The regional President , being elected through a direct popular vote, enjoys a role of power and prestige such as he never had before; in fact, the Italian media emphasise the new prominence of the regional President and, one might say, with considerable lack of good taste, often refer to him as ‘governor,’ copied from the American system.